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Technical Insight on Top Gainers -- Research on Signet Jewelers, Quicksilver Resources, Northwest Biotherapeutics, and Goodrich Petroleum

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LONDON, March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The US markets saw a negative sentiment on Thursday, March 27, 2014, with the NASDAQ Composite closing at 4,151.23, down 0.54%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average ending the session at 16,264.23, down 0.03% and the S&P 500 edging 0.19% lower to finish the trading session at 1,849.04. The losses were broad based as seven out of ten sectors ended the session in negative. During the session, Information Technology, Financials, and Consumer Discretionary sectors ended in negative, while some positive momentum were observed in the Telecommunication Services, Energy, and Utilities  sectors. A number of stocks saw large movements, including Signet Jewelers Ltd (NYSE: SIG), Quicksilver Resources Inc. (NYSE: KWK), Northwest Biotherapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ: NWBO) and Goodrich Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: GDP). Free technical research on SIG, KWK, NWBO and GDP can be downloaded upon signing up at:

Shares in Signet Jewelers Ltd advanced 6.79%, finishing Thursday's session at $105.03. The stock fluctuated between $101.01 and $107.38 during the session with a trading volume of 4.14 million shares as compared to a three months average volume of 1.52 million shares. Shares in Signet Jewelers Ltd have surged 9.73% in the last one month and 34.77% in the previous three months. The company's shares were traded at a PE ratio of 23.10 and have gone up 6.79% on YTD basis. The S&P 500 Consumer Discretionary Sector Index mapped a loss of 0.46% during the trading session and the same has declined 1.88% in the previous three trading sessions. Furthermore, the stock indicated a Relative Strength Index (RSI) of 60.05 and is trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages of $87.94 and $76.65, respectively. During the day, Signet Jewelers Ltd reported its Q4 FY 2014 and full-year FY 2014 results (period ended February 1, 2014). The Company's Q4 FY 2014 net income was $175.2 million or $2.18 per diluted share, as compared to a net income of 171.8 million or $2.12 per diluted share in Q4 FY 2013.The Company's full-year FY 2014 net income was $368.0 million, against that of $359.9 million in full-year FY 2013. Sign up today to read free research on SIG at:

On Thursday, shares in Quicksilver Resources Inc. ended the session at $2.62, up 7.82%. A total of 4.16 million shares were traded as compared to a three months average volume of 3.76 million shares. The stock traded between $2.43 and $2.69 during the session. Quicksilver Resources Inc.'s shares have surged 9.17% in the previous three trading sessions, while the same has declined 14.66% on YTD basis. The S&P 500 Energy Sector Index mapped a gain of 0.86% during the trading session and charted up 1.53% in the last one month. Further, the stock indicated an RSI of 33.18 and is trading above its 200-day moving average of $2.40. Sign up today to read free research on KWK at:

Northwest Biotherapeutics Inc.'s stock finished Thursday's session at $7.78, up 15.09% after vacillating between $6.90 and $8.09. A total of 3.18 million shares were traded, which is above its three months average volume of 1.16 million shares. The company's shares have advanced 106.37% on YTD basis. Northwest Biotherapeutics Inc.'s shares have rallied 10.35% in the previous three trading sessions and 116.11% in the last three months. The S&P 500 Health Care Sector Index mapped a loss of 0.13% during the trading session, while the same has gained 4.63% in the last three months. Additionally, the stock has an RSI of 47.76 and it is trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages of $6.10 and $4.29, respectively. Sign up today to read free research on NWBO at:

Shares in Goodrich Petroleum Corp. closed Thursday's session at $15.51, which is 8.84% higher than the previous day's closing price of $14.25. A total of 2.85 million shares were traded as compared to a three months average volume of 2.10 million shares. The stock oscillated between $14.18 and $15.98 during the trading session. Goodrich Petroleum Corp.'s shares have surged 9.46% in the previous three trading sessions, 20.05% in the last one month, were stock has declined 8.87% on YTD basis. The S&P 500 Energy Sector Index mapped a gain of 0.86% during the trading session and charted up 1.53% in the last one month. Moreover, the stock indicated an RSI of 47.14 and is trading above its 50-day moving average of $15.39. Sign up today to read free research on GDP at:


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